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is to focus on how do you centralize healthcare, run up the costs and decreased access? is the reason we're here on the floor today. i. i reserve the balance of my time. >> mr. speaker, i yield myself two minutes. republicans will do is take away all the benefits the american people are already and theyder this law will stop the full implementation of a to provide millions of people with health insurance opportunities. i republicans colleagues say they want to do something about people with existing conditions. they say they care about stopping discriminatory practices. they want to stop rising healthcare costs. this bill, the affordable care act, as the one legislation that takes major steps on these issues. republicans offered nothing but opposition over and over again. this is the 37th time the house will vote to repeal the bill. the public and said it would kill jobs and they were wrong. they said the law would drive up health-care costs through the roof, they were wrong. we are seeing the slowest growth in health-care spending in decades. they have ignored the significant benefits t
on repealing the healthcare law? >> they really got opposition from their rush the numbers, saying the house isn't doing enough to repeal the health law. present obama has been a ray unelected -- has been reelected. that doesn't mean that house republicans don't want to make a statement and make it clear that they continue to fight this law. >> how many times have they tried to repeal the law? >> this'll will be the 37th vote to reveal a portion of the law. there has been 37 votes. was from the last three years. it do so be the third time that they have attempted epea >> what are republicans saying about the healthcare law that they say is the economy? >> it is a lot of things that are going to start going into effect that are going to be requirement on employers. we are seeing some insurance -- there is likely going to be increases in rates is going to hurt the public. they want to continue to put attention on the law. alexa mcgrath in this debate -- >> democrats have seen this debate before. what are they saying on this go around? >> they are saying this is more of the same and that congre
are expected to consider legislation calling for the full repeal a 2010 health-care law. there is the new cost-benefit analysis. the senate bills and at 2:00 p.m. eastern for morning business. no roll-call votes expected. there will authorize dozens of waterway projects around the country. later, a vote on president obama's pick to and medicaid services. you can see live coverage at 2:00 p.m. eastern. , and president obama's choice for deputy director testifies at his club information hearing before the senate, in unity. pm.e coverage begins at 3:00 i max baucus has directed to the news that the irs has been targeting conservative political groups. he says these are an outrageous abuse of power. it does not only inappropriate but also intolerable. he says i want to review the report offers but the irs should be prepared for it will investigation by the senate finance committee. president obama called reports that the irs targeted groups. he said anyone responsible should be held responsible. this came at a news conference this morning. is the first first lady to become -- to earn a college deg
to an irs building not long ago? when you consider their behavior during the health-care debate, of course they need extra scrutiny. that is my opinion. host: this is from dan -- host: again, here is the front page of "usa today." republicans are demanding that the president apologize himself. jerry, hillside, republican. caller: hello. good morning. ,he thing about this whole case what group is that looking into this? i forget. somebody is looking at it. this is decided in 2010. this is not a subject that just started. they came to fruition. and then they were doing this to the teeth party and every other group that has anything on the right. they did not do this to anyone on the left. no liberals, nothing. just everyone in the two-party. they were talking about this on that show. bob burns talked about this on the other channel. there is some big stuff coming out of this. that is all i have to say. thank you. host: jerry, you mentioned 2010. we will look at this time line more in depth from "to the washington post." back in 2011 they raised concerns over special scrutiny. decisions switc
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